Inside the mind of a climate scientist - Corinne Le Quéré at TEDx Warwick

2018

(Video) In a lighthearted but highly relevant talk, Corinne discusses the ever-pressing issue of climate change - from the perspective of a climate scientist who is no longer trying to convince you that the threat is real.

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Steering international shipping towards the Paris Agreement

2018

While international shipping is also a contributor to anthropogenic GHG emissions, and CO2 in particular, it is not included in the Paris Agreement. This article discusses how a share of a global CO2 budget over the twenty-first century could be apportioned to international shipping, and, using a range of future trade scenarios, explores the requisite cuts to the CO2 intensity of shipping.

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PhD Studentship: Land Availability for Greenhouse Gas Removal by Afforestation and Biomass Energy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS)

2018

To meet the aspirations of the UNFCCC Paris Climate Agreement to limit increases of global mean temperature to well below 2°C, future scenarios assume the large-scale use of afforestation and biomass energy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere .In this directly-funded NERC PhD you will critically assess the land use and residue stream assumptions used in future scenarios.

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Sea-levels will keep rising even with the Paris Agreement, latest findings show

2018

What will the world look like with 1.5°C of warming? That has been the focus of investigation in three recently published studies led by the University of Southampton. The Paris Agreement, aiming to hold global average temperatures to ‘well below 2°C above pre-industrial levels and pursuing efforts to limit the temperature increase to 1.5°C’ does not take into account the longevity of sea-level rise.

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Special Journal Issue Meeting the UN Paris Climate Change Agreement

2018

The journal of the Royal Society today publishes the science outcomes of the Conference in Oxford in September 2016, Meeting the Challenges of the Paris Agreement hosted by the Environmental Change Institute at Oxford University and co-sponsored by the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research. The special issue editors include Profs Jim Hall, Myles Allen and Corinne Le Quéré.

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Norfolk’s iconic Swallowtail Butterfly at risk from climate change

2018

Norfolk’s butterflies, bees, bugs, birds, trees and mammals are at major risk from climate change as temperatures rise. Researchers at the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research at the University of East Anglia carried out the first in-depth audit of its kind for a region in the UK to see how biodiversity might be impacted in Norfolk as the world warms.

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The Ascent of John Tyndall, published by Oxford University Press

2018

"Having learned so much about John Tyndall’s the man, his life, his times and society, I am now even more pleased to be working at his namesake Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research."
Asher Minns reviews Roland Jackson's The Ascent of John Tyndall: Victorian Scientist, Mountaineer, and Public Intellectual.

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"From the chaos of recent political upheavals may lie the seeds of radical change": Kevin Anderson’s commentary for The Conversation

2018

"Today’s elites are out of ideas when it comes to climate change – but from the chaos of recent political upheavals may lie the seeds of radical change".

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